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  • Video shows Border Patrol car hitting man on Tohono O’odham Nation

    A video has recently made the rounds on the internet of a Border Patrol vehicle appearing to hit and run over a man on the Tohono O’odham Nation in southern Arizona.
  • Crews fully contain 377 Fire in northeast-central Arizona

    Crews reached 100 percent containment on the so-called 377 Fire in northeast-central Arizona on Saturday, nearly two weeks after the human-caused blaze began.
  • Officials: Vietnamese man dies in ICE custody in Arizona

    U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials say a Vietnamese man has died in custody in Arizona while awaiting deportation.
  • Man dead after being shot by a Mesa police officer

    Police in Mesa say a man is dead after being shot by an officer. The man allegedly raised what appeared to be a handgun to police before getting shot.
  • Sen. Jeff Flake seeking info on separation of asylum-seeking families

    Sen. Jeff Flake sent a letter to the Department of Homeland Security and Department of Health and Human Services Secretary about the procedures and protocols surrounding the separation of immigrant families lawfully seeking asylum.
  • How much do Arizonans spoil their fathers? There’s a ranking for that

    For Father's Day, Up4Robotics ranked and compared states to see which ones spoil their dad with gifts the most this holiday.
  • Meghan McCain opens up about her relationship with her father

    Before Father's Day, Meghan McCain talked to People Magazine about her relationship with her dad, Ariz. Sen. John McCain.
  • Study finds Arizona among worst states for working dads

    Arizona has its fair share of perks, but being a working dad in the state may not be one of them according to a new study by WalletHub.
  • Obama Foundation launches community initiative in Phoenix

    The Obama Foundation launched its first Community Leadership Corps in Phoenix, a six-month program designed to help young people bring about change in their communities.
  • Phoenix shooting leaves two injured, one dead on Saturday

    Witnesses told authorities two adult males started arguing with each other before the argument escalated to a physical fight. In the middle of the altercation, the two men shot each other.
  • Officials warn about rabid bats found in Phoenix area

    Two bats in the metro Phoenix area have tested positive for rabies in the past week, including one found at a Costco parking lot.
  • Suspect arrested for killing man, hiding body at Tolleson farm

    A woman is suspected of wrapping a body in a blanket in an irrigation canal on a large corn field at Roussea Farms.
  • Bill targeting opioid traffickers, producers passes House

    A bipartisan bill limiting the ability of drug traffickers and producers to work around federal drug laws has passed the House.
  • Rainless streak continues for Phoenix after trace amount at Sky Harbor

    The streak of no rain in the Valley will officially continue according to the National Weather Service's Phoenix office, as only trace amounts were detected at Sky Harbor Airport on Saturday.
  • MCSO searching for man suspected of killing woman near Goodyear

    The Mariopa County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help in locating a man suspected of killing a woman near Goodyear.